Aided performance in real life

When the hearing aid is fitted and the user is given it to wear, most will experience a clear improvement, but what if it does not, and what if it can be better? It is difficult for both the user and the audiologist to know, if the fitting and the given outcome is the best possible. This calls for methods that qualitatively and quantitatively describe the aided listening advantage (if any), and what outcome the user experience his/herself. The work will also relate to the diverse expectations and preferences, which different users may have for the rehabilitation outcome.

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Assistant Professor
Technical University of Denmark

Post Doc
Aalborg University

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University Hospitals

Odense University Hospital
Rikke Schnack-Petersen
rikke.schnack-petersen@rsyd.dk

Aalborg University Hospital
Michael Gaihede
mlg@rn.dk

Copenhagen University Hospital
Jesper Borchorst Yde
jesper.borchorst.yde.01@regionh.dk

Academia

University of Southen Denmark
Jesper Hvass Schmidt
jesper.schmidt@rsyd.dk

Aalborg University
Dorte Hammershøi
dh@es.aau.dk

Technical University of Denmark
Torsten Dau
tdau@elektro.dtu.dk

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DELTA a part of FORCE Technology
Gert Ravn
ger@delta.dk

 
 
 

 
 
 

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Oticon
Karen Wibling Solgård
kaws@oticon.dk

GN Resound
Nikolai Bisgaard
nbisgaard@gnresound.com

Widex
Morten Løve Jepsen
moje@widex.com